DUI Laws

Oklahoma DUI Laws – 1st Offense

First offense results in a driver’s license suspension for 30 days, fines up to $1,000 (double with a passenger under 18),  and jail term from 10 days to 1 year (up to 4 years with a passenger under 18).  DUI fees of $300 minimum will also be assessed as well as an Evaluation and Treatment program.

Oklahoma DUI Laws – 2nd Offense

Second offense results in a driver’s license suspension for 6 months, fines up to $2,500 (double with a passenger under 18),  and jail term/treatment and imprisonment from 1 to 5 years (up to 4 years with a passenger under 18).  An Ignition Interlock device will be ordered as well as an Evaluation and Treatment program.

Oklahoma DUI Laws – 3rd Offense

Third and future offense results in a driver’s license suspension for 1 year, fines up to $2,500 (double with a passenger under 18),  and jail term from 1 to 20 years.  An Ignition Interlock device will be ordered as well as an Evaluation and Treatment program.  480 hours of Community Service will be ordered as well as one year of supervision and periodic testing.

Oklahoma DUI Laws – Implied Consent Laws

Anyone driving a vehicle in Oklahoma has given implied consent to submit to a BAC test.  Refusal results in a 180 day to 3 year license suspension.

 

Oklahoma DUI Laws – “Per se” BAC Level

The per se BAC level in Oklahoma is .08% meaning anyone driving a vehicle with a BAC of .o8% or over can be charged with dui regardless of driving performance.  Drivers can also be charged with a BAC of .51%-.79% with additional evidence of impairment.

 

Oklahoma DUI Laws – “Zero Tolerance” BAC Level

The zero tolerance BAC level in Oklahoma is .o2%.  Anyone under the age of 21 driving with a BAC of .02% or greater can be charged with DUI.

 

Oklahoma DUI Laws – “Enhanced Penalty” BAC Level

There are enhanced penalties in Oklahoma for being arrested for DUI with a passenger under the age of 18 in the vehicle.

 

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